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David Flavel Jamison
Birth: Dec. 14, 1810
South Carolina, USA
Death: Sep. 14, 1864

Lawyer, jurist, author, and planter, Jamison represented Barnwell District in the S.C. House of Representatives from 1836 - 1848. He was a member of Orangeburg Presbyterian Church. In December 1860 Jamison was chosen president of South Carolina's Secession Convention, and later served as S.C. secretary of war. He died of yellow fever. There is an unconfirmed story that just before Sherman's invasion, Jamison's daughter Caroline Jenkins had her father's body disinterred and temporarily hidden in order to avoid desecration by Yankee soldiers.  
 
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 Parents:
  Van de Vastine Jamison (1765 - 1836)
  Elizabeth Rumph Jamison (1783 - 1814)
 
 Spouse:
  Elizabeth Anne Carmichael Rumph Jamison (1814 - 1888)*
 
 Children:
  David Rumph Jamison (1834 - 1908)*
  Caroline Harper Jamison Jenkins (1837 - 1902)*
  John Wilson Jamison (1839 - 1886)*
  William Harper Jamison (1841 - 1887)*
  Robert Van De Vastine Jamison (1843 - 1856)*
  Sallie Preston Jamison Wilson (1846 - 1894)*
  Mary Dwight Jamison Breese (1847 - 1904)*
  Elizabeth Rumph Jamison (1849 - 1930)*
  Flavel Jamison (1851 - 1852)*
  Thomas Worth Jamison (1853 - 1924)*
  Flavel Deliesseline Jamison (1855 - 1856)*
  Clara Felicia Jamison Williams (1857 - 1942)*
 
 Siblings:
  Mary Ann Jamison Dwight (1799 - 1868)*
  Jacob Rumph Jamison (1801 - 1809)*
  Van de Vastine Jamison (1803 - 1806)*
  Caroline Elizabeth Jamison Glover (1805 - 1856)*
  Van de Vastine Samuel Jamison (1808 - 1876)*
  David Flavel Jamison (1810 - 1864)
  Elizabeth Margaret Jamison Tyler (1814 - 1871)*
 
*Calculated relationship
 
Inscription:
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David Flavel Jamison

Soldier Statesman Scholar

Erected by his friends

_________________________

Born in Orange Parish;
December 14, 1810

Died in Charleston
September 14, 1864

President of the Secession Convention
 
Burial:
Presbyterian Cemetery
Orangeburg
Orangeburg County
South Carolina, USA
 
Maintained by: David J. Rutledge
Originally Created by: Walter Brian Cisco
Record added: Jul 28, 2004
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David Flavel Jamison
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David Flavel Jamison
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Remembering and Honoring a True Southern Hero. A Confederate Soldier who Bravely and Proudly Fought for Southern Independence During the War of Northern Aggression. Deo Vindice.
- Tony Smith SCV Camp 38, North Charleston S.C.
 Added: May. 23, 2014
Thank you for your service
- Julious
 Added: Dec. 20, 2012
Honoring the memory of the President of South Carolina's Secession Convention
- Cousins by the Dozens
 Added: Feb. 25, 2012
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